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Durham and England all-rounder Brydon Carse

Case outcome: Brydon Carse

Following an Anti-Corruption investigation by the Cricket Regulator, Brydon Carse has been suspended from all cricket for 16 months with 13 months of that ban being suspended for two years. 

Carse was charged with placing 303 bets on various cricket matches between 2017 and 2019. Carse did not place bets on games in which he was participating. He accepted the charges, co-operated with the Cricket Regulator throughout the investigation and has demonstrated significant remorse for his actions.

Other significant mitigating factors were considered by the Cricket Regulator and the Cricket Discipline Commission when determining the sanction.

Carse will be suspended from playing in any cricket between 28 May 2024 and 28 August 2024.

Provided Carse does not commit any further offences contrary to the anti-corruption rules over the next two years. he will not face any further penalties.

There was no evidence to suggest any wider integrity concerns from Carse’s actions.
Cricket’s betting integrity rules mean that no professional participant (player, coach or other support staff) is permitted to bet on any cricket anywhere in the world.

Dave Lewis, Interim Director of the Cricket Regulator, said: "The Cricket Regulator takes any breach of integrity or misconduct rules seriously and I would encourage any participant, from within the professional game, who has gambled on cricket to come forward and not wait to be discovered.

"The Cricket Regulator understands the many challenges participants can face and will handle cases fairly, with understanding and support for anyone who wishes to come forward. We also encourage any participant struggling with any welfare concerns to seek assistance from the PCA or other trusted professional source.”
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